Code Enforcement

Duties

The Anaconda-Deer Lodge County Code Enforcement Officer assures the safety of the public through the enforcement of codes or ordinances regarding:

  • Business License
  • Debris and Rubbish
  • Property Maintenance
  • Signs
  • Snow or Ice Covered Sidewalks
  • Unattended Vegetation
  • Vacant Properties
  • Zoning and Land Use

Handicapped Parking Application & Renewal Process

The Code Enforcement Office processes applications for handicapped parking spaces in Anaconda-Deer Lodge County for both residential and business properties.  View a diagram (PDF) of handicapped parking spaces. Applications are available online for first time applicants (PDF), residential renewals (PDF), and business renewals (PDF).

Improving Our Community

The Code Enforcement Office works hard to ensure the safety of the public through the enforcement of codes or ordinances regarding unattended vegetation, vacant properties, debris and rubbish, and much more.



View before and after photos of cases that we feel showcase our efforts:

318 W 3-2
314 W 3rd After
410 W 4th before
410 W 4th After
705 E 3
908 Stewart B4 1
705 E 3rd After
908 Stewart B4 2
810 Stewart After
909 Rickards
909 Rickards After

Vacant Structures-Ordinance No. 256

The Vacant Structure Ordinance (Ordinance No. 256) became effective by the Anaconda-Deer Lodge County Commission on July 5, 2019.  Per Odinance No. 256, each vacant structure must be registered by the Code Enforcement Department.  The following information will assist in registering your vacant structure with Anaconda-Deer Lodge County.

Ordinance No. 256 [pdf]

Application for Registering Vacant Structure [docx]